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From sky-skimming Andean peaks and high-altitude cities to flat, desert-like salt flats, Bolivia is nothing if not varied. Discover colonial architecture, learn about the traditions of the indigenous people and marvel at the incredible natural vistas.
Delve into the history of Bolivia and discover which traditions stem from the pre-Columbian period and which originate from the era of Spanish colonial rule. While Spanish is still the language of government and business, listen carefully and you’ll hear other languages, such as Quechua and Aymara, being spoken on the streets.
Visit La Paz, one of Bolivia’s largest cities and commercial centers. La Paz sits at a substantial altitude, so go slow when you first arrive to allow yourself time to acclimate. Admire views of the towering Mount Illimani from the Mi Teleférico cable car and browse the stalls at Mercado de Hechiceria where vendors sell all kinds of herbal remedies.
Southeast of La Paz is Sucre, the nation’s capital and site of Bolivian independence. The entire city is a UNESCO-listed site, known for its colonial architecture and wealth of museums. Learn about Bolivia’s quest for independence at the Casa de la Libertad, a museum and memorial located on the site where the declaration of independence was signed.
Don’t miss the Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flats, in southwest Bolivia. The white ground here glitters in the sun and when the ground is wet, the flats reflect the sky’s blue light.
The festivals and warm weather make May through October a popular time to visit Bolivia. If you’re looking for good deals, consider going in November before the advent of the rainy season.
Fly into the international airports in La Paz or Santa Cruz and use buses or taxis to reach the city centers. Only use taxis that are identifiable with a company name and phone number. Domestic air travel is becoming more common and is the most reliable during the rainy summer months. No matter when you visit, Bolivia promises striking natural beauty and a rich cultural history.
Lovely hotel to use for Santa Cruz particularly if like us you are flying in for a quick stop then on to La Paz etc. It’s in between the airport and city and cheap to get to and from the city for a walk around.
Property was amazing! Never stayed in anything like it, everything was made from salt including the bed. Have to say, we had the best nights sleep since being in South America when we stayed there, bed was lovely. Beautiful views all the way round, wish we could have stayed longer!!
One of the best hotels I've stayed in. We took the city view room - had wonderful views, was quiet, modern, comfortable and luxurious. Best breakfast buffet I encountered in a month travelling South America too! I think they had 10 styles of eggs (those with cheese and plantain were my favourite). ...
Fast check in and room is spacious as well as clean. Bed and pillows are comfortable and i had a good sleep.
Nothing in particular. But it is a nice, clean property with courteous staff. Food was good. Maybe they can have a broader selection on their menu.